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Marshall County High School News

  • May 29, 2024
    Tennis State Semifinalist

    Tennis State Semifinalist

    Congratulations to senior Matteo Lecito who made it to the State Semifinals of the TSSAA Boys' Individual Tennis Championship held in Murfreesboro last week. An exchange student from Italy, Lecito won the Region 4-2A championship. He is pictured with Coach Nick Phillips.

  • May 10, 2024
    End of Year Concert Choir Concert

    End of Year Concert Choir Concert

    MCHS Concert Choir End of Year Concert entitled "Seasons" showcased song collections representing Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer such as "Blue Skies" Arranged by Mark Hayes and Autumn Leaves Arranged by Ryan O’Connell. The Small ensemble of 6 students did Winter Hymnal Arranged by Alan Billingsley. We ended with our EOY tradition singing Irish Blessing Irish Blessing Arranged by Joyce Eilers Back. View the performance here.

  • Apr 25, 2024
    1st Annual MC Pro Rodeo

    1st Annual MC Pro Rodeo

  • Apr 23, 2024
    FBLA Sponsors Mock Crash

    FBLA Sponsors Mock Crash

    FBLA recently sponsored an “Arrive Alive – Don’t Text and Drive” simulation for the junior and senior classes. The goal of the mock two car crash event is to reduce crashes, injuries and deaths involving younger drivers and their passengers by using visuals to demonstrate real-life consequences.

  • Feb 22, 2024

    Last Chance to Order a Yearbook

  • Feb 21, 2024
    Students REcognized

    Students Recognized at Board Meeting

    MCHS students Araya Green and Kendric Hernandez were recognized at the February Board Meeting. Araya was named the Jostens Renaissance National Student of the Month and Kendric scored 36 on the Reading portion of the ACT.


Dr. Justin Perry
Dr. Justin Perry, Principal

Justin Perry has been a Tiger nearly all his life. He is a proud alumnus of MCHS, a former teacher and football coach at MCHS, and am now proudly serving as principal of MCHS. He obtained his B.A. degree in History at the University of Memphis (Go Tigers!), his M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from MTSU, and his Ed.S. and Ed.D. degrees from Lipscomb University. He truly believes in being a life-long learner and want to impress upon our students how important it is to never stop learning and trying to become the best version of yourself! He is married to his wife Sara Perry, who is also a wonderful 5th grade English teacher in Marshall County Schools.

Assistant Principal David Steely
Mr. David Steely, Assistant Principal

David Steely is beginning year 31 in education and year 28 at Marshall County High School. He is a proud MCHS alumni, graduating in 1989, and then went on to receive his B.S. and Masters degree from Middle Tennessee State University.  He will also be serving as the head coach of the MCHS basketball Tigerettes for the 17th year.  He is married to Hayley Steely, and has two daughters, Gracie and Maggie.  Go Tigers!

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